Your thick 'chick biscuits' look vaguely similar to Eccles Cakes, a supposed delicacy from Eccles in Lancashire (north west UK).
I prefer the thick version too. Very good bro, can find so many Malaysian food in Australia, brings back your childhood memoriesI prefer the "thick" version
They have a chewy texture, and more obvious lard-y "goodness" than the crispy thin (diet version) ones
I was brought up by an indulgent grandmother in Malaysia and these were some of my after school "treats".
Talk about reliving one's childhood
The increase in Asian, and in particular South-East Asian emigrants to Australia means that these "hawker" items are much more readily available in Sydney than in my (Malaysian) hometown
But the ingredients are very much different. The "chicks biscuits" taste a bit salty, mix with sweet. The ingredients are bean curd, sugar, winter melon, maltose, a bit of spices, a bit of lardYour thick 'chick biscuits' look vaguely similar to Eccles Cakes, a supposed delicacy from Eccles in Lancashire (north west UK).